I am wondering if there is such a tool/framework that allows for users to create their own workflows based on events or scheduling. Good example of such tool would be Outlook' scheduler in Calendar, where user can enter information for certain times, however
it is lacking the logic that could've been embedded into it.
A good example of what I am looking for:
Consider user wants to send an e-mail with the a special reply as soon as he receives an e-mail from someone with certain properties. Currently this is partially implemented in Away-from-office notification, however consider if one wanted to expand on it.
Alternatively, consider that a user wants for a popup on his screen for each 100th word he types in word processor.
Of course, you may say, that such features can be added using VBA or macros, however I am after something more user-friendly, which has more meaning to the user than some code he/she has half clue about what it does or supposed to do.
So, what I am after is some sort of tool/framework/etc that allows for users to design such workflow. I would prefer that you only consider Microsoft range of products, however, if possible, other products based on .NET technology. So far I was able to find
WFPad, but it is only a component based tool from workflow foundation editor in Visual Studio.
Do you know of any such tool/framework out there?
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